Golden State Warriors Superstar Stephen Curry’s expected return on March 1 seems unrealistic as Coach Steve Kerr says he lacks full-speed reps.

“He has only scrimmaged twice,” Kerr said following Wednesday’s practice. “In fact, I think he needs to scrimmage more before he is ready to play. We’ll see how it all plays out.”

Stephen Curry broke his hand on the 30th of October, he Participated in a scrimmage on Wednesday Morning. The run included Draymond Green, Juan Toscano-Anderson, Dragan Bender, Assistant coaches Luke Loucks and Theo Robertson and Seth Tarver, who played collegiately at Oregon State and is also a long time friend of Guard, Klay Thompson.

This was Curry’s second Scrimmage during his rehab process. The Athletic reported that Curry will indeed make his debut on Sunday against the Wizards, and he is also in line with Curry who is on record in recent days.

Kerr clears the air and held to the notion that the date is a formality.

“I think yesterday’s report, which was news to us, is not official,” Kerr said. “Nothing is official. Steph will play when he is ready to go. That date has been something that’s for sure on Steph’s mind. But he’ll play when we all feel like he is ready to go. I think he needs some more scrimmage time.”

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